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Encyclopedia > End Of The Line
End of the Line
Box set by Klinik
Released 2001
Recorded 1982-1999
Genre Industrial
Length ?? min ?? sec
Record label Dependent
Producer Marc Verhaeghen
The Klinik Chronology
Blanket of Fog
(1998)
End of the Line
(2001)
Sonic Surgery
(2002)


End of the Line is a 2001 retrospective 4 CD box set by Belgium Industrial band The Klinik.


Track listing

CD 1 - REMIXES:

  1. "Nautilus" (mix by Herman Klapholz of AH CAMA SOTZ) - 6:39
  2. "Moving Hands" (mix by Tim Schuldt and Detlef Funder of D-FUNDATION) - 4:52
  3. "Sleepwalkin'" (mix by Johan van Roy of SUICIDE COMMANDO) - 5:09
  4. "Obsession" (mix by Dirk Ivens of DIVE) - 4:17
  5. "Memories" (mix by Har-Ell Prusky and DJ Mike of LIQUID CHILD) - 6:51
  6. "White Trash" (mix by Martin Bowes of ATTRITION) - 3:52
  7. "Quiet In The Room" (mix by Eskil Simonsson of COVENANT) - 6:50
  8. "Ring Of Fire" (mix by Don Gordon of NUMB) - 4:07
  9. "Pain And Pleasure" (mix by Eric van Wonterghem of MONOLITH) - 5:24
  10. "Lies" (mix by Christian Pallentin of P.A.L) - 7:29
  11. "Feel The Evil" (mix by Olivier Moreau of IMMINENT) - 5:03
  12. "Surviving In Europe" (mix by WINTERKÄLTE) - 5:25

CD 2 - BEST OF 1982-1991:

  1. "Wired" (remix)- 3:43
  2. "Black Leather" - 3:12
  3. "Slow Death" - 4:55
  4. "Someone Somewhere" - 4:16
  5. "Hours And Hours" - 5:36
  6. "Braindamage" - 4:08
  7. "Insane Terror" (remix) - 3:45
  8. "Plague" - 6:13
  9. "Into Deep Water" - 3:48
  10. "Sick In Your Mind" - 4:36
  11. "Walking With Shadows" - 5:01
  12. "Pictures" - 4:11
  13. "Get Lost" (remix) - 3:15
  14. "Under The Black Sun" - 8:00
  15. "Talking To A Stranger" - 2:10
  16. "Escape" (remix) - 3:11
  17. "End Of The Line" - 3:32

CD 3 - LIVE (recorded live at the Fosse des 13, Strasbourg, France, on 7 May 1989):

  1. "Ring Of Fire" - 3:56
  2. "Cold As Ice" - 6:17
  3. "Murder" - 1:58
  4. "Moving Hands" - 4:03
  5. "Touch Your Skin" - 6:13
  6. "Black Leather" - 3:15
  7. "Face To Face" - 4:23
  8. "Fever" - 3:20
  9. "Desire" - 3:01
  10. "Public Pressure" - 3:07
  11. "Lies" - 5:12
  12. "Go Back" - 4:59
  13. "Memories" - 5:39
  14. "Drowning In Your Sleep" - 2:51
  15. "World Domination" - 7:29

CD 4 - BEST OF 1991-1999:

  1. "Humiliate" (remix) - 4:55
  2. "Hostage" - 4:29
  3. "Hypnotize" (remix) - 5:12
  4. "Brain" - 5:25
  5. "Disgusting" - 4:24
  6. "Stitch" - 5:36
  7. "Train" - 5:30
  8. "Different People" (remix) - 5:41
  9. "There Is No Time To Think" (remix) - 5:26
  10. "Red Sky" - 7:55
  11. "The Game" (unreleased) - 3:06
  12. "Backwards" - 4:00
  13. "White Shadows" - 4:31
  14. "Blanket Of Fog" - 6:29

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BMT West End Line (1780 words)
The West End Line began service in 1864 as a steam railroad called the Brooklyn, Bath and Coney Island between 25th St and 5th Ave in South Brooklyn to the Bath section of Brooklyn, which in today's map would be 65th Street and New Utrecht Avenue.
The West End Line was unified into the New York City Transit System on June 1st, 1940, after BMT shareholders agreed to a $175 million buyout from the City of New York.
The West End was used in a major chase scene of the movie The French Connection in 1971 as a car chases the train overhead from Bay 50th nearly all the way to the 60th Street side of the 62nd St. Station.
BMT West End Line - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (815 words)
The West End Line, now a subway line in Brooklyn, New York City, is a branch line from the Broadway (Manhattan)-Fourth Avenue (Brooklyn) subway, serving the communities of Borough Park, New Utrecht, Bensonhurst, Bath Beach and Coney Island.
The West End Line was opened on October 5, 1863 as a steam dummy road, the Brooklyn, Bath and Coney Island Rail Road (BBandCI), to serve the communities between the Brooklyn city line and Bath Beach.
At the Brooklyn end, the steam line ended at 36th Street and Fifth Avenue, where the BBandCI's own horsecars ran to a connection with horsecars of the Brooklyn City Railroad at 25th Street and Fifth Avenue.
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